The Extraordinary Deaths of Mrs. Kip by Sara Brunsvold // Review


A beautiful story spanning decades, about living, loving and sacrifice. 

Aidyn Kelley is a writer who wants her big break, but instead is tasked with writing the obituary of Mrs. Kip a hospice patient at the end of her life. 

An inspiring and emotional read, I was intrigued by the title and am so glad that I picked it up. This stunning debut explores love and sacrifice, through the present and past. Clara was a courageous woman, through so many small acts she loved others and helped them to have a better life. 

Mrs. Kip is a winsome and engaging woman, and I liked how her story helped put things in perspective for Aidyn. Aidyn grows a lot over the course of the story. 

Overall, this was an inspiring and thought provoking read, emotionally deep, poignant read, and full of faith. I left this book so inspired by Mrs. Kip's deaths, and the message of love, sacrifice, and a life well lived. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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